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Figure 12-8.A PN3 reviewing an STD
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Permanent Change of Station Entitlement Policy
(Departing)  Endorsement  to  Orders,  NAVCOMPT Form 3067. The Reporting Endorsement is used as the final endorsement when a member reports for duty on PCS  orders. BRIEFING MEMBERS BEFORE TRANSFER Always brief transferring members before they are transferred.  The  following  subjects  should  be  covered: . That records and accounts should be delivered to the   new   commanding   officer.   That   member   is responsible for reporting to the new duty station with all records  and  accounts,  as  well  as  his/her  personal effects. .   That   personnel   under   orders,   including authorized delay, are considered to be attached to the ultimate destination or the next designated intermediate station. If, in cases of emergency, the member is unable to contact these activities, he/she should contact the nearest known naval activity. If a member is ordered to a ship and the ship to which he or she is ordered is not in port, the member should report to the nearest naval activity. .   That   members   ordered   to   a   command serviced  by  the  Personnel  Administrative  Support System (PASS) should be informed as to their ultimate duty station and which Personnel Support Activity Detachment  (PSD  or  PERSUPPDET)  they  should check   into   for   administrative   and/or   accounting purposes. . That in the case of illness or accident, the member should   notify   the   nearest   known   naval   activity immediately  and  request  instructions. .  That,  if  leave  is  granted,  the  member  is responsible   for   receiving   any   communications forwarded  to  the  leave  address  on  the  orders.  That,  if leave is canceled, the member must return immediately. l  That  the  contents  of  orders  and  whereabouts  of ships   and   personnel   must   not   be   divulged   to unauthorized  persons. l That a copy of the orders (in the case of a locally prepared STO and/or STD) is being mailed directly to the ultimate destination so the gaining command knows the actual arrival date. (You should also mail a copy to any intermediate duty stations.) l That personnel must cooperate with Shore Patrol and Armed Services Police at all times and conduct themselves   in   a   professional   military   manner, remembering   that   misconduct   will   be   cause   for disciplinary  action. .   That   current   regulations   do   not   authorize transportation of dependents to intermediate locations at government expense, and where temporary duty (TEMDU)/temporary   duty   under   instruction (TEMDUINS)   has   been   directed;   that   personnel occupying  government  family  quarters  at  their  old  duty station are authorized to retain such quarters up to 20 weeks until reporting to their ultimate duty station. . That personnel traveling aboard government- owned  or  government-operated  aircraft  may  wear civilian clothes provided they are in good taste and not in conflict with acceptable attire. This is, of course, provided  it  is  not  otherwise  directed. l That personnel arriving before the “report not earlier than” date specified in the orders when TEMDU is directed will be given the option of either remaining in a leave status until the required reporting date or terminating  leave  status  and  reporting  on  the  date  of arrival. In the later case, the member must understand that per diem will not commence until the date he/she is required to commence the TEMDU directed by the orders. l That recent series of terrorist hijackings provide clear evidence that DOD personnel are being singled out as targets for attack. Explain to the member that although the chance of becoming a victim of terrorism is remote, personnel traveling to or through a high-threat area/airport  are  vulnerable  to  terrorist  attacks  and  to exercise   caution. .  That  personnel  transferring  to  deployed  activities may encounter transportation delays in reaching their duty station. They must be prepared to meet lodging and meal  expenses  they  will  incur  during  such  delays. Brief the member on additional items listed in chapter  23  of  the  ENLTRANSMAN. ADVANCE PAY ON PERMANENT CHANGE OF  STATION Advance pay is intended to enable a member to have sufficient money to move without having to contact disbursing  officers  en  route.  Advance  pay  should prevent  the  member  from  having  to  submit  claims  at his/her  new  duty  station  until  settled  in  the  new residence and reported for duty. 12-10

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